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Drew Brees and the Saints reached a deal on par with the quarterback's record-setting play, giving New Orleans' fans some news they can celebrate after an offseason rife with turmoil.
Somewhere along the way in major college football, we stopped. We quit being accurate in our description. We dropped the extra syllables and characters. We got lazy and gave in to convention.
The game, Nick Saban insisted rather testily the day before, was never about him. Said it wouldn't define him as a person or as a coach, no matter what happened on the field.
Courtney Upshaw was standing on the field of the Superdome, basking in the glow of a national championship, when someone handed him the defensive MVP award.
The same people who said LSU was the best team in college football all season had to concede that Alabama was the far better team Monday night.
AJ McCarron tucked the ball into Trent Richardson's gut in an oh-so familiar move. Then he pulled it back and tossed it to tight end Brad Smelley on Alabama's first offensive play.
The BCS title game, a rematch of a Nov. 5 field goal fest that LSU won 9-6, was heavily influenced by Alabama's kicking game, and there was a lot of defense, just like the first meeting.
Jordan Jefferson remembers nearly every second of the last time he played in the Superdome.
Alabama delivered what everyone expected from the first play of the BCS title game, when a host of red jerseys stuffed LSU running back Michael Ford at the line of scrimmage: a rock `em, sock `em affair dominated by defense.